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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TftE LETHBRIDGE DA1LY HERALD PAGE TEN MILLION DOLLARS Of the now Canadian -War Loan was subtorlbed for toy CANADIAN Life " Insurance Companies. ARE YOU PATRIOTIC �Whan you.buy ..Life Insurance in1 companies that are NOT CANADIAN 7 /, Insure in the Mutual Life As-auranot Co. of Canada, CANADA'S ONLY MUTUAL Phone or aae E. R. J. POPSTER Phono J7�3-� 10th St. 8outh PUGILIST CARPENTIER IS : HONORED THE BOY WONDER OF 1 * McGOORTY WINS AGAIN .Paris, i Dec. 4.-Sergeant G. Carpentler, champion heavyweight puKfllst of Europe, now attached to the French aviation corps,has been' decorated with, the military cross for brilliant And daring reconnaissances in an aeroplane. *      RANKING OF U. 8. TENNIS STARS -TRIBUTE TO MEMORY OFV WILDING IN. AUSTRALIAN BOUT REMARKS ON THE IE A WORD TO THE WISE Anyfaoifltles that the cI vie administration can accord the skaters who frsquent Henderson,lake will be duly appreciated, provided they act quickly-while the skating' la good. A word to the wise Is sufficient. Tommies' Wit Scene: Somewhere in France some time last winter On the German trenches a placard was erected, bearing the words "Gott ' tnit uns."- . Our British Tommies were not to be � outdone. Up went their rival notice: "We'To got mittens too!" Rugby Football Hero He walloped a guy on Uie eyebrow, And broke another man's neck. Ho buttedthe nose Of a third of his foes And prooaede-d to' pillage and wreck. Me emerged from it muddy and � bloody �  - Jn the wreck of. an-old football-suit, , And a maiden^ who saw Merely' said:: "Haw, raw,: raw! Don't rem think he is perfectly cute?" :"; Samo �ewl�r There Uvea .a-man who has bowled fourteen 800 scores, which mean nothing to you If you are riot a ten-pin player. , If you" are, you will: bow, his greatness. He la Jimmy Smith and Is howvin>San-Francisco after a visit to the north west. He has won 66 of, t* series ho has engaged in during his present tour,' of the � country. His highest total' for three games ie 7G4. - � " � � v New York, Dec. 4 .--Members of the executive committee "of the United States National Lawn Tennis association met here tonight, and accepted the report and listings of the ranking committee. The proceedings were in secret, but it wis' intimated that William M. Johnson, .the;,' San; Francisco youth, who won the national singles championship, headed the list of 100 men. It is believed that R. Koiris Williams 111. will be placed second and that M. E. .McLoughlin, last year's ranking player, would bu relegated to No. 3. ' ,. Miss Mo!la Bjurstedt headed the list of 25 women players. The report was offered by C; F. Inman, W. L. Pate and W. M. Hall, along with the women's list, which was prepar-parcd by Mi's. May" : Sutton Bundv, Mrs. B. F. Briggs and Mrs. W. H; Pouch. This list will, be made public on Sunday, it was announced; Resolutions on the death of Anthony F. Wilding were presented bv Craig Biddle of Philadelphia. They will be sent to Australia. Chicago, Dec. 4.-EMdie Mc-Goorty, a middle weight of Os-kosh. Wis., who Is boxing in Australia, has scored liis fifth successive knockout, according to a. cablegram received by his-friends hero today. His latest victim was Nick King, who was floored in the fifth round of a scheduled twenty-round, contest at Sydney. Cash Prises For Quick Work is Attracting Much Attention a $5 or $10 pick-up for be8t and second best work for five days'should cause candidates to put on a little more speed-the votes you get during thi8 special offer '. Also count at the finish for the big prizes. Now's the time to make every move count. Haphazard work the last part of the contest wi'/l not win first place. Map out so many votes for each day -get them and as many more as you can. Repeat the next day. As a sldo issue keep in mind the cash prizes offered for the most money collected from last Saturday to and including next Thursday. Get the TEAM MEMBERS OF CANADIAN ASSOCIATION BARRED FROM PLAYING WITH AMERICANS Ran DE ORO NEW' RECORD Fifty Points in 33 Innings Throe Cushion Billiard Championship. in Chicago, Dec. 4.-Alfred de Oro established a new world's record at three-cushion biiHards last night when he ran fifty points in 35 innings. The previous record was 3G innings for the fifty points, made by Frank Day, of New Orleans, in a match with De Oro at St. Louie in 1907. De Oro's record was made in the second .block of his match last night with August Kiechefer of Milwaukee. The latter scored 35 points in 34 innings, and had a high run of 8. De Oro's high run was G. +  +   * ? * * * * > again this winter. The big fel- � low signed up last night when  * FAMOUS TOMMY PHILLIPS Vancouver, Dec. 5.-Tom Phillips, the old Kenora star, will referee the1 opening match of the Pacific Coast series here Tuesday between Vancouver and Portland. His appoint ment was announced this morning by President Frank Patrick of the P. C. A. A. Mickey Ion wi'ii referee, the o'ame in Seattle between Victoria and the Metropolitans. . " O'DOWD BEAT BRENNAN Minneapolis, Dee. 4.-Mike O'Dowd of St. Paul bad the better of Frankie Bteunan, Detroit, in a ten-round, bout here tonight. O'Dowd knocked Bros-nan to,his knees five times In the eighth round, after which the Detroit fighter hung on to save himself from a knockout. boston's tar baby loses to h. wills. new orleans heavy New York, Deo. 4.-Harry Wills, of New Orleans, a negro heavyweight, outfought Sam Langford of Boston, in every round of their ten-round bout here tonight. Wills weighed iO.3 lbs. and Langford 195. Wills also had-the advantage of height and reac^Wv;;^.; decoteau to run. Calgary, Doc. 4.-Alex Decoteau the Edmonton athlete, winner of the annual Calsary Herald road race in 1910 and 1915, will again compete this Christmas, according to a letter received yesterday. The' race is a distance of a little more than five miles and entries close on December 23. COACH fJRANK SHAUGHNESSY Well known coach of the Ottawa rugby team- in the Big Four league, and' manager, of � the - Ottawa Canadian league baseball -team, who has been mentioned to succeed "Bill" Clymor ae the manager, of the Toronto International league baseball team.           e>   AMATEUR (UNION CARDS The Alborta branch of � the Amateur UrtJbn has- received the new application' forma for amateur -cards. /Hockey play-or* tbl-ouchogt the province can secure cards from the following governors: MedMne Hat-W. Beattie. Letllhridgof-B. H. Dobaon. Calgary-J. M: Sharpe, Y. M. C. A. ' Rod Deor-James Mann. Cam rose-Rev.B.v C.Ramsey. Edmonton-Leroy J. Chown, Y. MtC.A, �;� --...i... and active. Try this, also keep up ,tfie water drinking, and no doubt you will wonder what became of your kidney trouble and backache. J. D. Higiubotham & Co., Limited, Druggists.--Advertise-. ment, - �� � >n � | ten dollars if you can-go after it anyway. At any rate, you'll be piling up votes for the finish. Voting today was quite general, and while there are'a great many changes in the line-up, there are not many votes between the leader and the other good workers. The Cardston candidate tops the list today. Who'll lead tomorrow? Votes will be added daily. BRING BACK THEROSES^ FADED CHEEKS Anaemia and Chlorosis are caused by weak blood. Your doctor will tell you that nothing will bring back the rosy hues of health as quick* ly as m Miss Lula Nielson, Cardston, Alta..............>'� I34-700 Miss Winnie Helseth, Lcthbridge, P. O. Box 397 ....... 131,400 Miss Lo Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Alta................ 130,000 Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South ........, 127,200 Miss Thelma McEachern, 537 14th Street South ....... 127,000 Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alia......................... 126,500 Geo. T. Wrlde, Raymond, Alta......................... 126,200 John Wright, Jlardievllle, Alta....................125,000 Mrs. Pearl Ross, Bow Island, Alta..................... 123,500 Mies! Isabel Inkster, Barons, Alta...............123,000 Miss Iva Walker, 624 Ninth Street South .............. 122,600 Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Alta. .................. 121,400 Robert Laekenby, Bow Island, Alta.................... 120,400 Mrs. Thomas Bernler, 2 First Street South............. 118,500 Miss Eva Hutton, 814 Sixth Avenue South .... ,. . ..... 118,100 Miss Rita MoAndrews. Retlaw, Alta...............----114,000 Miss Annie Pelletier, Monarch, Alta................... 112,700 Miss Louise Scott, Macleod, Aita....................... 105,900 A. Mcllvena, A. R. & I. Library, Lethbridge ............ 75,400 Mrs. G. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Alta.................... 67,400 Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek, Alta................ C0,000 Miss Thelma M. Whyte, Foremost, Alta. ;......�..... 55,400 Robert Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall ......................... 12,000 MissElvera Thelin, Orton, Alta.1...-.......,.......10,000 John Cropley, 1210 Fifth Ave. A South ................ 7,200 Miss Wlnnifred I. Sellens, 711 7th Street A South. .,,.. 6,900 Ml� Goldie Pohlman, Altorado, Alta................ .. 5,000 Mrs. John Reason, Deerlng, Alta. ..............  5.000 The CONTEST CLOSES TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 21 All subscriptions to the States for the Weekly Herald are at the rate of Jl.oO per year, the extra 50c being for postage. a la Quina du Perou. Because it is a combination of full-ripe Douro Grape Juice, retaining all the mineral salts, grape-sugar and fruit acids-with Cinchona Bark, the most powerful nerve tonic. A few weeks' use will revive lost ambition, awaken the lagging appetite and put new life into the nerve centres. sag. Bottle Ask YOUR Doctor All Druggists h-a I S 1 Il u I HONOR MEMORY OF BRAVE LOCAL BOY ( Continued tkom Faoyx Page) ; U.S. CONGRESS OPENS (Cos'Ti-ytiED. yiiQ-M Fiioyr Page) FRANK MORAN >".. ," Aspirant for the heavyweight .title, who refused to meet Fred Fulton in an elimination bout, winner , to meet-Willard.' ' . i  ,,, PUGILISTIC-RUBBER MAN, ,, Ted Lewis, the Englishman, whw is the greatest sensation in the ring today, ia after two chnmpion-shlps, the lightweight and. the middleweight. He is one of the most peculiar fighters in the busi-. ness, because he can fight at 133 pounds or 16S. He's "called the "rubber man." .s It is said, however,. that L tion. For council, J. W. McDonald, J. J. Haines, J. a. Virtue, and R. Cunningham. Public- schooV board, S. Heat, acclamation. Searate school.board, W. C. Bryan and W. L. Gallagher, acclamation. i Not Enough at Blairmore Blalrniore,' Dec, 6,-Though there are three vacancies on the council board, only one candidate appeared in the person of M. Rosse. The candidates for the two Vacancies .on the school board are J. F. Hunter and W. A. Beebe. They take omce by acclamation. At Bow. Island Bow Island, Dec. 6th-All elections were by acclamation here -today. For mayor, R. H. Robertson; for councillors, W. P. Cotton, Jas. W. Reld, and R. S. Beattie. School board, W. P. Cotton and Geo. Bruce. Contests at Taber Taber, Dec. 6.-There will be contests both for council and school board here. Nominations 'are : For council, C. Cook, E. R. Vickerv. A. Bateman, and E. Brown, three vacancies. Fdr school board; 'Dr. Ha'mlnan, H. P. Munro, and S. Sanderson, two vacancies. Ask For Larger Prohibitory Powers ..Winnipeg, Man., Dec. 3-If the province of Manitoba votes- prohibition, the Manitoba government, in conjunction with the governments of the sister provices, will make a strenuous effort to secure wider provincial powers, so that the prohibition measures will be absolute and arbitrary. Under the present proposed temperance system, liquor can be imported from neighboring provinces or states for home consumption. This fact has given opponents of the Macdonald Act an argument that it is class legislation but It'is impossible to prevent this owing to limited provincial powers. As soon as the western Canadian prairies enter the dry belt, which many believe inevitable, the Manitoba and other governments will petition the Dominion government to appeal to the Imperial authorities to amend the British North America Act, granting more absolute'power to the individual provinces. The provinces would then extend the temperance measures to include the prohibition Or importation of Intoxicating liquors. To enable the user of a reading 'glass to keep it at the right focus an Illinois inventor has patented one' on legs that are adjustable as to length. A German .engineer has patented a process for applying oxy-hydrogen gas jets to metals under water to melt them almost as well as if in the open air. the greatest force in .the world. He spoke of the love of a mother, of the love of home, with its tender associations, and the love of country,.with a willingness to sacrifice all lor the freedom of one's country and its principles, and of the love of God. But Christ had given the chief place to sacrificial love, because of its great influence on the person possessing it. Sacrificial love transfigures life, it changes tbe very appearance and character, it makes men kindly and unselfish, it makes them courageous and faithful unto death. "Tonight," said Mr. Denoon, "we remember our young comrade who has given his life for us at the front. It was love for his , country- that prompted him to enlist so readily.. He eagerly responded to the call of his king and country. He. knew the danger, he knew the hardships, he knew the sacrifices involved but he did not hesitate when the path . of, duty became clear. For *the love qt country, for the love of truth -he; went forward.. In'-so doing' he -was; faithful to the teaching of a Christian home, he had the touch of Christian parents upon him. From his earliest days be was taught .the1, worth of manliness and the value, of charac^.*1-;': ter and in the hour ot testing he was ,:4 true and ' faithful to such teaching. \-{ "Again, in acting as he did be wa�..$.$ faithful, to the teaching he so often. " heard in this church, of which he was a faithful member. .When here he gave his , services ungrudgingly to- thej church of his choice^ Regular in atr?,t tendance, and active in ' service, he'' was familiar with the Christian duties of unselfishness and sacrifice. "That which makes a deed glorious.ia;*] is the moral quality of ity and -'th�:Mm moral quality of the deed by which soldier lays down his life, is the-mor-:'��l al quality of the greatest deed in the Jj;!| world, the deed ot Calvary. ]Hj|| brave fellows who fall are dying1 focaf us, for you and for me. They areffj taking our place; dying that: w'qV might live." �.| "Bv reason of such sacrifice life basis" gained a- new gravity for us. Youngsl men, we must put awav selfishness:^ and sloth and sin, and begin to iive,:j|f with a deeper earnestness for  Go&ijjj and 'right and humanitv. Are weS worthy of the sacrifice that ���i'*$|| being made for us. A nobler ways: living is the demand : of. those-f If laid'down' for us. It makes my^heal! bleed to sec men,with" the image'*,ot||| ,p4>d. upon theni, prostituting-:thenj^| selves in sin, in these times ' when|| good' men are so much neededWYoung^ men, let us be inspired'by the sacri^ flee of our brave comrade, let us llveSa henceforth in a higher and noblerjg place." � � �, �- ' Does Tea or Coffee Bother? Any one who lias headaches, bilious ar>> tacks, heart flutter, or;some other of these common ills, had better jlook to tea or coffee drinking: and remember that there's one sure, easy way to be. rid of tea and coffee troubles-quit both tea and coffee-and .-. � Use lift m \ -the Pure Food-Drink , A level teaspoOnful in a cup of boiling^ water makes,a delicious drink-instant'y,'d The ricb, snappy flavour of Instant Postum $r makes the change easy. ! Bat more M]p|>rta|ii|^nstarit l'ostum, made || only of wlieat aiicl a ^it of molassos is free.I|j from the drugs, caffeine and tannin, in tea and coffee, or any other harmful element.:'! Old and young alike may drink as much as$! they desire with no bad "after effects." *' No bother to prepare- ; .y^t No bother to health; "they'll R�**P* � �'� � :-'V:5 .>;'.-.:*:.:'.�;,-.'.,-.�,fc-